Signal Ensemble Theatre
By Edward Albee
Directed by Ronan Marra
On a lonely beach, Nancy and Charlie grapple with their retirement. They are joined by another couple, Sarah and Leslie, and a fascinating double date, of sorts, takes off, with the two couples — one human and one reptilian — engaged in spirited discussions of the nature of relationships, emotions and evolution. Playwright Edward Albee won his second Pulitzer Prize for this work in 1975.
Highly Recommended…Ronan Marra's playful revival does justice to the play's mysteries"
Signal Ensemble Theatre delivers an impressive mounting of this entertaining play…the most remarkable aspect of this production is the breathtaking costume design by Laura M. Dana…the most amazing creature costumes I have ever seen onstage"
Laura M. Dana’s fantastical lizard costumes…grab the attention with their astonishing marvelousness"
Winner -- Joseph Jefferson Award: Costume Design (Laura Dana)
Joseph Jefferson Award Nomination: Best Supporting Actress (Georgann Charuhas)
Joseph Jefferson Award Nomination: Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Snook)
Photos by Johnny Knight